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cabbage – 229 results
1. vegetable(part of speech: noun)
2. vegetables(part of speech: noun)
3. Other synonyms:
profit, moola, breadstuff, chips, scam, bucks, pluck, scrawl, scratch, lucre, net income, sugar, purloin, crimp, revoke, scrape, glom, bread, pinch, clams, lolly, scratching, cripple, humpback, victimize, plagiarise, mazuma, scar, start, gip, loot, swag, overturn, wind, short-change, stops, currency, booty, accost, cop, cacography, hook, saccharide, lollipop, vacate, cream puff, refined sugar, mouse, sneak, borecole, imbecile, move up, Brassica Oleracea, raise, surcharge, con, ice lolly, jack, come up, wampumpeag, lift, slip, top, chicken feed, hornswoggle, net, profits, nobble, mulct, reverse, rescind, hunchback, go up, rook, moolah, knock off, pillage, carbohydrate, staff of life, wild cabbage, cultivated cabbage, change, simoleons, scraping, crochet, annul, boodle, creep, incision, countermand, cole, kail, coin, long green, prize, gelt, snarf, earnings, cash, get up, gold, gyp, snatch, mark, twitch, excoriation, brass, fleece, hoist, elevate, overcharge, diddle, plagiarize, shekels, swipe, prick, dinero, madman, twinge, tweet, peag, thieve, money, needful, abrasion, rob, dent, colewort, rustle, rise, snare, scratch line, pelf, filch, chou, abstract, arise, backward, abduct, pilfer, tender, popsicle, green, dwarf, vellicate, bring up, madwoman, snitch, solicit, plunder, repeal, soak, face-lift, wampum, plume, legal tender, kidnap, scribble, dough, defraud, uprise, net profit, bunco, goldbrick, slit, lunatic, gazump, squeeze, pussyfoot, airlift, kale, addict, starting line, dirty money, rear, swindle
Examples of usage:
1. Suddenly Olga approaches him, a huge straw hat shading her eyes, and in her hands a large, dish- shaped cabbage- leaf full of inviting, fresh strawberries. - "'O Thou, My Austria!'", Ossip Schubin.
2. Nannie, see that there's boiled cabbage for dinner." - "The Iron Woman", Margaret Deland.
3. Flowers are not for everybody- plant cabbage! - "Lily Pearl and The Mistress of Rosedale", Ida Glenwood.
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